Gloss on Biopoetics; or, a Pilot Plan for a Concrete Poetry

Gloss on Biopoetics; or, a Pilot Plan for a Concrete Poetry

Marjorie Perloff delves deeper in the materiality of concrete poetry in her ebr essay “Robert Creeley’s Radical Poetics”; she claims that for de Campos, the typographic constellation - in this case the morphing of the letters that compose pluvial into its cognate fluvial - has eliminated all traces of the poet’s ego so as to make a linguistic-visual construct.

Publication date: 
2007-10-13
Author name: 
Lori Emerson: